Russian Straight Talk

Commenting on scandal-ridden BoJo’s resignation Thursday, Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said good riddance in less than so many words.

The BoJo regime’s “crisis is wide-ranging. We see that,” said Peskov, adding:

The defrocked prime minister “doesn’t like us, and we (don’t like) him either” for good reasons.

Notably because of Britain’s militant hostility toward Russia and the BoJo regime’s support for Nazi tyranny over democracy as it should be, according to the rule of law.

“We would like to hope that some day in Great Britain more professional people who can make decisions through dialogue will come to power,” Peskov added.

Maybe in another lifetime. Not in this one.

Separately on BoJo — referring to an image of him naked — Vladimir Putin said the following:

“I don’t know how they wanted (him displayed) undressed, above or below the waist.”

“But I think (it’s) a disgusting sight in any case.”

“It’s necessary to stop abusing alcohol and other bad habits, do physical exercise and take part in sports.”

Separately commenting on over 8 years of US-orchestrated and directed Kiev aggression on Donbass civilians, Putin slammed the empire of lies, its NATO vassals and Nazi-infested Ukraine, saying:

Since 2014, they’ve been waging “genocid(e)” against the people of Donetsk and Lugansk to cause maximum numbers of casualties and destruction.

Russia launched its liberating SMO because it was “impossible to tolerate” their crimes of war, against humanity and related atrocities any longer.

“People there for a long time, for eight years, found themselves between heaven and earth.”

“Do you see the problem?”

“They didn’t have passports, neither Ukrainian nor Russian.”

“They couldn’t even buy plane tickets to travel across Russia..”

“They couldn’t send their children to study (in) Russian schools.”

“So ties with Ukraine were cut off, but weren’t built up with Russia.”

“And I’m not even talking about shelling, etc.”

Kiev’s policy has been “isolation and genocide” in Donbass.

“Russia (is) do(ing) everything to help the people who live and work there.”

In response to BoJo’s resignation, Russian businessman, Oleg Deripaska, called his Thursday announcement an “inglorious end (for a) stupid clown” — a figure complicit with the deaths of “tens of thousands” in Ukraine and Donbass.

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, said the following about BoJo’s downfall:

“The moral of the story is do not seek to destroy Russia.”

BoJo “was hit by a boomerang launched by himself.”

“His comrades-in-arms turned him in.”

“Russia cannot be destroyed. You can break your teeth on it — and then choke on them.”

Russian officials consider BoJo an incompetent buffoon, an appendage of hegemon USA’s aggression against invented enemies, a figure worlds apart from what leadership is supposed to be.

And this from Bank of England governor, Andrew Bailey, days earlier, saying:

Britain under BoJo is “weakening…more than” other developed economies.

A longer, deeper downturn is likely, including higher, tougher to correct, inflation.

And this condemnation from De Montfort University’s Professor Alister Jones, saying:

What’s “gone on over the past two or three years, not just the Chris Pincher saga recently, but all the lying to parliament (by BoJo), the fact that he also lied to the monarch, that (there’s) been a lot of cronyism (and) dodgy dealings with particular companies getting contracts to provide personal protective equipment to the NHS with no previous experience of doing so.”

“All of this tarnished him” beyond repair.

Whoever succeeds him will inherit “a poisoned chalice.”

The epitaph of his three-year tenure is likely to read something like he came, he saw, he posed naked and for photo-ops with puppet Zelensky, and failed disastrously at home and abroad.

The same reality applies to Ukraine.

Russia is destroying its military. Puppet Zelensky is widely despised.

According to retired US army colonel Douglas Macgregor:

“(T)he longer (Russia’s SMO) lasts, the more people are going to be needlessly slaughtered, the more damage will be done to Ukraine.”

Already “a failed state, it could be erased completely from the map.”

Lugansk is entirely liberated, Donetsk to follow.

Kiev lost control of its territory’s industrial and resource rich areas, a rump wasteland alone remaining.

Neither wing of the US war party cares a hoot about Ukraine or its people — just its territory as a platform for proxy war on Russia.

And its population to serve as proxy foot soldiers to fight and die for the empire of lies.

If hegemon US-dominated NATO pushes things too far to sustain long war on Russia, all bets are off.

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